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Lower Stoke Winter Sings

Richard Bridge 05 Jan 12 - 06:17 PM
The Barden of England 05 Jan 12 - 04:11 PM
melodeonboy 05 Jan 12 - 04:07 AM
growler 04 Jan 12 - 04:35 PM
Don(Wyziwyg)T 04 Jan 12 - 01:34 PM
melodeonboy 03 Jan 12 - 07:13 PM
Richard Bridge 03 Jan 12 - 06:48 PM
melodeonboy 03 Jan 12 - 01:04 PM
Richard Bridge 03 Jan 12 - 12:45 PM
My guru always said 03 Jan 12 - 11:47 AM
Richard Bridge 03 Jan 12 - 10:21 AM
Richard Bridge 03 Jan 12 - 10:18 AM
Richard Bridge 03 Jan 12 - 10:11 AM
Richard Bridge 01 Jan 12 - 05:08 PM
Pierre Le Chapeau 01 Jan 12 - 12:57 PM
Don(Wyziwyg)T 31 Dec 11 - 08:28 PM
Girl Friday 31 Dec 11 - 09:09 AM
Richard Bridge 30 Dec 11 - 05:30 AM
Richard Bridge 29 Dec 11 - 10:49 PM
Richard Bridge 05 Dec 11 - 04:41 AM
Richard Bridge 04 Dec 11 - 04:53 PM
The Barden of England 04 Dec 11 - 07:21 AM
melodeonboy 04 Dec 11 - 06:14 AM
Richard Bridge 03 Dec 11 - 06:25 PM
Girl Friday 30 Nov 11 - 08:48 AM
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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 05 Jan 12 - 06:17 PM

We ain't on Tribute this month - it's Reverend James.


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: The Barden of England
Date: 05 Jan 12 - 04:11 PM

The 'Tribute' is much nicer, but being the 'designated driver' I can't partake.
John Barden


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: melodeonboy
Date: 05 Jan 12 - 04:07 AM

Or in certain pubs in Maidstone!


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: growler
Date: 04 Jan 12 - 04:35 PM

I disagree, try drinking it in Wokingham


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Don(Wyziwyg)T
Date: 04 Jan 12 - 01:34 PM

I'm with Richard! I too like Greene King IPA, not so much for outstanding qualities as a real ale, but for the fact that it is always good wherever you find it on sale.

Don T.


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: melodeonboy
Date: 03 Jan 12 - 07:13 PM

Ooooh, all right then!


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 03 Jan 12 - 06:48 PM

Yeah, but you like Master brew. Never mind, just come along and drink.


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: melodeonboy
Date: 03 Jan 12 - 01:04 PM

Blimey, there is someone who likes Greene King IPA! Curious!


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 03 Jan 12 - 12:45 PM

No better reference could be required - unless it was that of your other half, whose dedication and expertise are legend!


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: My guru always said
Date: 03 Jan 12 - 11:47 AM

I can vouch for Rev James, a nice pint!


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 03 Jan 12 - 10:21 AM

Oh, sorry, the Reverend James is 4.5


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 03 Jan 12 - 10:18 AM

The other candidates were

Bombardier (at 4.1) - but everyone is doing it these days
Youngs ordinary - but (a) we've had it and (b) although it was lovely Leopards disapproved.
St Austell Tribute - but we had one St Austell already (see below) and change is there to be rung
St Austell Trelawny - we had and was smashing, but been there done that
Adnams Lighthouse (3.4) - a bit over hoppy for my taste
Master Brew - Sorry shirt murderer I just don't like it
Greene King IPA - (3.6) which although hoppy I like but I think I am in a minority there
Reverend James (see above)
Hobgoblin - (4.5 in cask) but again very well known (and IMHO more damaging than a rated 4.5 would suggest)


So there you have it from the beer gourmet.


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 03 Jan 12 - 10:11 AM

A wide range of beer choices.

I have opted for a stronger beer this time - Brains Reverend James.

Notes as follows: -

"The Rev. James beer is one steeped in history. Acquired after the purchase of Crown Buckley, Rev. James is brewed to an original recipe dating back to 1885. The beer is named after one of the original owners of Buckley Brewery, the Rev, James Buckley, a business man with two conflicting roles – saving souls and satisfying thirsts.

The Rev. James is brewed to a traditional recipe and has been described as having a flavour not commonly available these days. Full-bodied and warming, The Rev. James is rich in palate, spicy and aromatic with a deeply satisfying finish."


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 01 Jan 12 - 05:08 PM

You be careful jerking a stiff at your age...


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Pierre Le Chapeau
Date: 01 Jan 12 - 12:57 PM

"What a Palaver,
What a tad-do,
Im unaware what Im doing on the 8th afternoon,
Ale ,Roast Beef, bread ,cheese ,
' sounds much better then work   :?
I break me arm with a good stiff jerk :?   : )


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Don(Wyziwyg)T
Date: 31 Dec 11 - 08:28 PM

Self, almost certainly with Poetry Bird will be there.

Don T.


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Girl Friday
Date: 31 Dec 11 - 09:09 AM

Excellent. See you there


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 30 Dec 11 - 05:30 AM

Next Lower Stoke Winter sing Jan 8.


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 29 Dec 11 - 10:49 PM

refresh.

Watch this space for Jan details...


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 05 Dec 11 - 04:41 AM

Well, I moved a pile of plates and utensils and found a kitchen underneath them! I STILL have Pete the Hat's big oval plate.


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 04 Dec 11 - 04:53 PM

Very sad that so few could make it. The landlord is left with about half a barrel of very nice beer which is a short-life beer and I fear that this may diminish our welcome.


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: The Barden of England
Date: 04 Dec 11 - 07:21 AM

Leaving shortly - see you there (if the car doesn't play up that is).
John Barden


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: melodeonboy
Date: 04 Dec 11 - 06:14 AM

Sorry, I won't be coming today. Bad cold and hardly any voice.

Have a good time. everyone.


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 03 Dec 11 - 06:25 PM

Refresh.

Happy to announce Sprog in residence until 3pm.


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Girl Friday
Date: 30 Nov 11 - 08:48 AM

Mortlake is also famous for The Smith's Crisps Factory..... the ones with the blue paper of salt in... wonder who owns them now ??


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 29 Nov 11 - 05:03 PM

Now there's a surprise...


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: melodeonboy
Date: 29 Nov 11 - 04:24 PM

Gale's? Suffolk?

Before it was taken over by Fuller's, I used to drink Gale's whenever I visited my mate who lives in Gosport. I always understood it to be a Hampshire brewery.

I remember one Gale's pub where, apart from other delights, you had both a light mild and a dark mild available for "starters"! And they were both excellent!

Fuller's, alas, is not what it once was. I am, however, looking forward to the Seafarer with an open mind (and open gullet! :))


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 29 Nov 11 - 12:56 PM

Yes, Sue was asking (I think) which brewery. Fullers ESB came from the Chiswick brewery - but it's too strong for us.


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Don(Wyziwyg)T
Date: 29 Nov 11 - 12:13 PM

Gale's most probably Suffolk, but Sue is correct about the South London origin of Fuller's.

Originally Fuller, Smith and Turner Ltd, based at Mortlake Brewery.

Mortlake is also famous for being the finishing point of the Boat Race between Oxford and Cambridge Universities.

Don T.


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 29 Nov 11 - 11:51 AM

Gales, so probably Suffolk


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Girl Friday
Date: 29 Nov 11 - 11:19 AM

Ah!!! Fullers!!!! A Surrey or South London Brewery? Nice one.
No doubt you'll correct me if wrong Richard, but there were a lot of Fullers pubs in my childhood neighbourhood. Good that they donate to a charity.

Reserve jar of onion marmalade will be with us on Sunday. Remains of jar one were scoffed with Italian cheese and Italian bread last night at Crayside.


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 28 Nov 11 - 11:52 AM

I have just requested Gale's Seafarer. £5 per barrel is donated by Fullers (the actual brewers) to Seafarer UK, a maritime charity.


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 28 Nov 11 - 06:28 AM

It's the coming Sunday!

I'll probably be back with beer details later today.


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 18 Nov 11 - 11:06 AM

1110 – First Crusade: The Crusaders sack Sidon.
1259 – Kings Louis IX of France and Henry III of England agree to the Treaty of Paris, in which Henry renounces his claims to French-controlled territory on continental Europe (including Normandy) in exchange for Louis withdrawing his support for English rebels.
1745 – Charles Edward Stewart's army reaches Derby, its furthest point during the second Jacobite Rising. NB this may have a folk link to the dating of "Pretty Peggy of Derby".
1791 – The first edition of The Observer, the world's first Sunday newspaper, is published.
1829 – In the face of fierce local opposition, British governor Lord William Bentinck issues a regulation declaring that all who abet suttee in India are guilty of culpable homicide.
1872 – The crewless American ship Mary Celeste is found by the British brig Dei Gratia (the ship had been abandoned for nine days but is only slightly damaged).
1939 – World War II: HMS Nelson is struck by a mine (laid by U-31) off the Scottish coast and is laid up for repairs until August 1940.
1951 A double-decker bus plows over a marching column of teenage Marine Cadets in Gillingham Kent, England, killing 24 and injuring an additional 18. This led eventually to a famous trust law case Re Gillingham Bus Disaster fund about cy-pres application by charities of surplus funds.
1979 – The Hastie fire in Hull, kills three schoolboys and eventually leads police to arrest Bruce George Peter Lee.
1980 – English rock group Led Zeppelin officially disbands, following the death of drummer John Bonham on September 25th.


Christian Feast Days:
Ada
Barbara
Bernard degli Uberti
John of Damascus
Nicholas Ferrar (Anglican Communion)
Osmund
Sigiramnus


Anyone want birthdays or deaths?


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Girl Friday
Date: 18 Nov 11 - 07:46 AM

Surely there's something British to commemorate ....


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Dead Horse
Date: 17 Nov 11 - 05:44 PM

Pearl Harbor?
I dont think I have heard any of her stuff.


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Pierre Le Chapeau
Date: 16 Nov 11 - 09:06 PM

"remember Pearl Harbor day


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 16 Nov 11 - 10:58 AM

4 Dec


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Girl Friday
Date: 16 Nov 11 - 10:55 AM

When't the next one ?


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 14 Nov 11 - 10:25 AM

Culprit found - TSO.


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 14 Nov 11 - 10:02 AM

Will the owner of a woolly garment left at my house please confess?


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: melodeonboy
Date: 14 Nov 11 - 08:57 AM

Another enjoyable afternoon, highlighted by Pete's bread guitar (I'm still chomping my way through it!).

And the squidge was great, as usual.


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 13 Nov 11 - 03:09 PM

Well, that wasn't bad.


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Pierre Le Chapeau
Date: 12 Nov 11 - 08:53 PM

' GOAT FISH DOSENT LIKE THIS"AHHHHHHHHH I know 9% Beer and a joint hee hee + set two alarms = waking up in time. Important day later.


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Pierre Le Chapeau
Date: 12 Nov 11 - 08:19 PM

How Bizarre ,I fell out a bed? now i am wide awake and it is 01,12am in the morning. NO,OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOH


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: GUEST,Tonguefish
Date: 12 Nov 11 - 05:31 PM

...and the squidge


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Pierre Le Chapeau
Date: 12 Nov 11 - 01:38 PM

I have home baked lots of mini rolls and a very very large loaf so large i WILL have to put it on a plank of wood to get it there,I hope Brian and Marion are coming has I have a new electric guitar and believe me it needs Rogering like "Big time" Its a Fender Strat the necks a bit wobbly and it has no frets.
I have been to the Cheese shoppee, so what with what everyone else is bringing we should have quite a feast.We hope to all arrive by 1300 hrs has we are going to the Remembrance Day service on H.M.s Belfast prior to Lower Stoke session . then we go home get changed grab instruments and we will be on our way. looking forward to seeing you all .


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Girl Friday
Date: 12 Nov 11 - 01:38 PM

The monkeys will be quite safe...... Mr Leopard is dining on chooks today. Chicken soup often cures him.....must be a kosher leopard....


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 12 Nov 11 - 12:26 PM

I have sampled the St Austell Trelawny. A light gold, fresh in the nose, citrus (somewhere between lemon and tangerine) on the palate. I'm not getting a strong malt from it, but it's very very clean and suppable. A long finish, but not turning too bitter at all. Delightful and refreshing. I can see I might drink many of it!

For those who get there early there is also a mild at 3%. It's under pressure and coming up a bit cold through a flash cooler but if you don't rush it the flavour emerges, dark and malty but not too thick, as it warms up a little. But apparently the locals have taken strongly to it so there may not be a lot left by tomorrow.


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Subject: RE: Lower Stoke Winter Sings
From: VirginiaTam
Date: 12 Nov 11 - 12:19 PM

We have had a back out of one so there is room in the car to take Don to train station.

Our guest is bringing 3 trays of sandwiches that went unwanted at a conference today. So loads of food to share with all of pub.


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